The collaboration aims to support small and medium-sized businesses in cities where Rosatom organizations operate. The related agreement was signed by SME Corporation and a subsidiary of Rosatom, XXV St. Signed at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum.
The document was signed by Ilya Rebrov, Deputy General Manager of Economy and Finance of Rosatom State Corporation, and Petr Zaselsky, Chairman of the Board of Directors of SME Bank.
Support, including banking products, will be provided to SME entrepreneurs by the Bank for the effective implementation of investment, innovative, high-tech and other business projects.
The parties plan to develop and promote federal and regional government support measures for small and medium-sized enterprises, as well as providing the necessary information and advisory support.
Education and training events will be organized in partnership with Rosatom to inform and disseminate SME programs.
“Together, we will create comfortable conditions for our institutions that implement projects in closed administrative-territorial areas.
formations, single industry towns, cities in nuclear power plants and not only,” said Petr Zaselsky.
According to him, it is important to develop business enterprises and attract entrepreneurs, expand the boundaries of new projects and develop industrial estates, create new jobs and establish cooperation for a modern, comfortable urban environment.
“Rosatom is actively developing the economic opportunities of cities where the nuclear industry operates. Will cooperate with SME Bank
We aim at the entrepreneurs of our cities to create new businesses, increase the tax base of cities, create employment and improve urban infrastructure,” said Ilya Rebrov.